Lazy J Ranch-Americas Best Value Inn
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... Hmmmn. A useful device for turning the light off if anyone dies in the bath, therefore saving electricity!
Cunning. And, almost as annoying as those loos which decide to flush before one is ready and energetically spray one's undercarriage in the process.
But, almost as if as a reward, the Comfort Inn provides the next size up of Bath Sheet, and this one is almost fit for the job.
... and tallest trees, being over 2,500 years old. We did a couple of walks through the woods, which were fantastic and took lots of pictures of the amazing trees and beautiful meadows, although I don't think the camera does any of it justice.
We had an amazing picnic in the woods before we climbed up Moro Rock - another heebie jeebie moment for Mummy ...
... drive, we were actually in the Sierra National Forest. As we drove through the winding, steep roads, we (again!) were able to see a wide variety of terrain at the different elevations as we descended into the canyon. The red schist, marble and granite all took turns showing out as we turned every corner. The farther we drove down, the deciduous trees started reappearing. It took us almost an hour and a half to get to ...
... our trip just perfect. We camped out in the middle of no where, nothing in site but mountains, a surface of the moon like landscape to go along with the full moon. It was really nice. But the next day high temps and a real wind/sand storm kicked up and it was fierce. It reminded us of why it's called Death Valley. It can be harsh and unforgiving if you're not prepared. It was a unique experience. Then, on to one of the most spectacular places ever. The ...
... seeds need the sunlight to propagate so most fire is good. Walked trails at each stop.
Onto our accommodation at the Wuksachi Lodge in cabins set in the forest. Beautiful 3-course dinner in the Lodge, set above the forest. Couldn’t get the Internet in our rooms, so this is a catch up in the bus the next day.